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Opinion: Zelensky’s rise shows the power of humor

Who would have thought that an actor with no political experience would become president of Ukraine, a country of more than 44 million people? But he did. And he is. If Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s political rise sounds like the plot of a TV sitcom, that’s because it was. He became Ukraine’s best-known comedian, then […]

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With humor and a nod to history, Johnson and Zelensky find a connection

LONDON — When Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked British lawmakers for their solidarity in a moving video address to the House of Commons on Tuesday night, he singled out one particular member watching him rapturously from the bench: Prime Minister Boris Johnson. “I am very grateful to you, Boris,” Mr Zelensky said. It was unusual […]

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Hunting Education Course teaches safe and responsible hunting techniques | Western Colorado

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Hits & Misses: Safe Hunting in New York, Bird Flu Concerns, Summer Is Not Far Away | Editorial

TO HIT: Hunting seasons in New York State last year were the safest on record. The state Department of Environmental Conservation said the eight injuries and one death it investigated in 2021 were the lowest number of such incidents since the start of the hunter education program in the state. DEC in 1949. Because all […]

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From Parson’s pen: “Let’s go turkey hunting” | Opinion

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Trail cameras for deer hunting: yes or no?

Over the past four years, several western states have enacted regulations against the use of trail cameras, primarily cameras capable of transmitting data instantaneously, for use in harvesting wildlife. The new laws are actually supported by most hunters and are based on the concept of fair hunting. The constantly changing technology, whether in the hunting […]

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5th graders learn to shoot guns in a Wyoming school gymnasium

A school district in Wyoming has released photos of 5th and 6th graders shooting air rifles at targets in a school gymnasium. Screenshot of Hot Springs County School District #1 Facebook post. A school district in Wyoming recently used a gymnasium as a shooting range, training fifth- and sixth-grade students in marksmanship during physical education. […]

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From science fiction to real life: US Navy ray guns

When people say “ray guns” you often think of sci-fi movies like Star Wars or Star Trek, maybe even those first-person shooters. Wherever you’ve heard them, the central purpose of the weapon remains the same: it’s a gun that fires either a high-energy beam, heat beams, or lasers. Oh, don’t pretend you didn’t imagine it […]

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Robot hunting dogs to detect immigrants at the US border

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is studying the possibility of using robot dogs to control borders in the south of the country. According to the DHS in a press release, these robots were developed and specifically trained to carry out different monitoring tasks, although there are still no set deadlines for its incorporation. […]

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is it good for hiking?

If you’re not in the military or a related field, you’ve never heard the term military surplus before. For decades, the United States and other militaries around the world have been recycling and reusing any unused or like-new equipment instead of throwing it away. Not only does this practice avoid waste, but it means that […]

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Central Minnesota author has a knack for finding humor in everyday life

OLIVIA, Minnesota – If the Coen brothers had discovered the writings of Chuck Brown, their movie ‘Fargo’ might have been named after a different city, but it certainly would have retained all of the satire and humor, if not the comedy. black. And no doubt, a Brown-inspired film would also be populated by rural Minnesota […]

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Lawmakers want to eliminate lead from hunting

House Democrats are launching a bill to phase out the use of lead ammunition in the wild and pay for a lead ammunition buyback program through the DNR. ST PAUL, Minnesota – Minnesota lawmakers are weighing the idea of ​​phasing out lead ammunition, especially in wildlife areas, to reduce lead poisoning of wildlife and humans […]

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Olivia author has a knack for finding humor in everyday life – West Central Tribune

OLIVIA – If the Coen brothers had discovered the writings of Chuck Brown, their movie “Fargo” might have been named after a different city, but it would certainly have retained all the satire and humor, if not the dark comedy. And no doubt, a Brown-inspired film would also be populated by rural Minnesota characters that […]

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This Day in History – February 8 – Hijinx, Humor and Insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present Gary Jenneke’s “This Day In History” column. You can read the original on Gary’s THIS DAY IN HISTORY blog – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique look at the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… FEBRUARY 8 *** 1690 – Schenectady Massacre. 200 French […]

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Tanzania lures US tourists with trophy hunting safaris

By APOLINARI TAÏRO Tanzania is seeking to attract affluent Americans by targeting the growing game hunting tourism market. Last week, Tanzanian Tourism Minister Damas Dumbaro was in Las Vergas to market the country’s hunting safaris at the 50th annual hunting convention. Dodoma said the tour aims to “market Tanzania’s hunting blocks ahead of wealthy American […]

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This Day in History – January 18 – Hijinx, Humor and Insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present Gary Jenneke’s “This Day In History” column. You can read the original on Gary’s THIS DAY IN HISTORY blog – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique look at the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… JANUARY 18 *** 1535 – Pizarro founds Lima, Peru. […]

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Banning trophy hunting will do nothing for conservation

HRecently and completely, people have turned against trophy hunting. Twenty years ago it was considered, even by those who found it distasteful, a private vice. Today, the image of a man posing with a gun over a fallen elephant is considered almost akin to child pornography. Fashions can change with astonishing rapidity. Smoking went almost […]

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5 Best Lancaster County Winter Hiking Trails As Chosen By Local Hiking Enthusiasts | Entertainment

It’s always a great time to hike in Lancaster County, with several dozen county trails open to the public year-round. For a good idea of ​​the best winter hiking trails, LNP | LancasterOnline spoke to three keen hikers to find their picks. – Kristin Holloway, from Pequea, runs the blog Lancaster County Day Hikes, which […]

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Smart weapons could be coming to the US this year

(NewsNation now) — Custom smart guns, which can only be fired by verified users, could become available to Americans after more than two decades of questions about reliability and worries about possible government regulation. This type of gun has been promised for years and has the potential to disrupt the industry, especially in states where […]

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Hunting license Nammo Defense Systems Inc. Energy delay fuse technology for perforation applications

The Titan Division of Hunting Energy Services, a subsidiary of Hunting PLC, the international energy services company, today announced an exclusive license agreement with Nammo Defense Systems Inc. to manufacture time delay fuses for Hunting punching applications. . Timed fuses provide a controlled delay for operators to position puncture guns after the start of the […]

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The real story behind ‘The King’s Man’

Unlike the first two installments of Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman trilogy, The king’s man is at the center of the story of real life. Or more exactly, the theater of war. The long-awaited prequel explores the origins of “the first independent intelligence agency” in the context of the First World War. The line between reality and […]

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The dark humor and remarkable life of Ollie Harrington on display at OSU

Ollie Harrington’s sixth-grade teacher Miss McCoy inspired him to become a designer, but not because she recognized his artistic talents. Instead, as Harrington related later in life, McCoy would call Ollie and another black student in front of the class and say, “These two, being black, belong in the trash.” Young Harrington was powerless to […]

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Missouri couple who pointed guns at BLM protesters seek return of guns | Missouri

Mark and Patricia McCloskey, a Missouri couple who became famous for pointing guns at protesters marching for racial justice in 2020, are trying to get their firearms back after it emerged the city of St Louis didn’t have them still destroyed. Mark McCloskey, who was pardoned after pleading guilty to weapons charges, sued St Louis, […]

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This Day in History – January 2 – Hijinx, humor and insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present “This Day In History” column by Gary Jenneke. You can read the original at Gary’s Blog THIS DAY IN HISTORY – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique take on the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… JANUARY 2 *** 1791 – Big Bottom Massacre. […]

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Brent Frazee: Robert McGrath, 98, has been hunting deer since 1947 | Outside

When Robert McGrath returned to Missouri from active service in World War II, he discovered a new passion. He became a deer hunter. It was 1947, and White Tails were rare, as were the men who hunted them. But McGrath was intrigued and wanted to try it out, so he joined his wife’s grandfather on […]

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Guns N ‘Roses, Kiss, Slipknot, Korn and more make Pollstar’s list of top-grossing world tours of 2021

THE ROLLING STONES had the most lucrative tour in the world this year, according to Pollstar, the trade publication dedicated to covering the global concert industry. the “No filter” trek generated a total of $ 115.5 million in just 12 concerts. Other artists whose tours have landed in the top 100 include GUNS N ‘ROSES, […]

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This Day in History – December 14 – Hijinx, humor and insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present “This Day In History” column by Gary Jenneke. You can read the original at Gary’s Blog THIS DAY IN HISTORY – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique take on the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… DECEMBER 14 *** 1702 – Revenge of the […]

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Humor: what you should have done instead of studying for your final | Special sections

Set those textbooks and notebooks on fire as you literally do more than study. WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF UNSPLASH 1. Train Who needs good grades when you have the body of a god? Smoke emissions do not need a job related to their field of study. Go to Instagram and earn money as Human Adonis. […]

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Best Hiking GPS 2022 | Handheld GPS devices

When heading into the backcountry, knowing where you are is key. Although printed maps should be in every hiker’s bag, a hiking GPS has the added benefit of telling you where you are, even when the fog rolls in. The expert: Over the past five years, Colleen Sintchcombe has trekked through desert canyons, along glacial […]

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Most school shooters get their guns at home – and we buy more | Thursday morning coffee

Good Thursday morning, Researchers. Nationwide arms sales increased during the pandemic, and continue to increase, with many of these weapons ending up in homes with adolescents, opening the door to tragedies like the school shooting in southeast Michigan this week that left four dead and seven injured. Write for conversation, a trio of public health […]

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Illegal marijuana farms pose deadly risks in California’s national forests

Fatal risks The marijuana growing season coincides with the peak of the wildfire season, diverting agents who would target crops to investigate the fires, support firefighters and evacuate civilians. But sometimes these missions overlap. Last year, the 125,000-acre Dolan Fire was started by a marijuana grower in the Los Padres National Forest. “He burned through […]

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Brian Laundrie’s parents seen hiking in Myakkahatchee Creek after son’s death

Parents of late fugitive Brian Laundrie, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, were spotted walking in the park on Tuesday where their son’s remains were found in October. Chris and Roberta Laundrie spent about three hours hiking in the park in North Port, Florida, where, a month earlier, they helped law enforcement find their son’s remains and […]

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In Kenosha and Beyond, Guns Become More Common on American Streets

As Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of two murders he said were in self-defense, armed civilians patrolled the streets near the Wisconsin courthouse with guns in plain view. In Georgia, testimony in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers showed that armed patrols were commonplace in the neighborhood where Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, was chased by […]

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to stick to the fall hike in the summit metropolitan parks | News

There are only a few weeks left to enjoy the fall colors in Northeast Ohio… and to participate in the Summit County Metro Parks fall hike. Everyone who completes the party is rewarded with a hiking stick, prompting listener Rick Hannon from Northfield to ask our “Oh really? »Team: where do these staffs come from? […]

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How New Zealand has used humor to diversify its policy

Every year, American police kill around 1,000 people. By comparison, New Zealand police officers kill, on average, around eight people per decade. Even if you adjust for differences in population size, the gap in police violence is staggering. If American officers killed at the same per capita rate as those in New Zealand, about 50 […]

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Mammoth WVH, Dirty Honey Set ‘Young Guns’ Headlining Tour

After a first act of Guns N ‘Roses, Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WVH will embark on a headlining trek in 2022 with other promising rockers Dirty Honey. The 30-date Young Guns Tour kicks off on January 21, 2022 at the House of Blues in Chicago and travels all over the United States (and Toronto) before […]

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HART: The death of humor, stifled under the grim PC standards of the left

Ron Hart, a libertarian columnist humorist, worked at Goldman Sachs and is an award-winning author and TV / radio commentator. He can be contacted at [email protected], or visit www.RonaldHart.com. “When humor goes, so does civilization.” – Erma Bombeck On his deathbed, comedic actor Jack Lemmon popularized the saying: “To die is easy, comedy is difficult.” […]